Prasenjit Bhattacharya to lead the Great Manager Institute® as CEO
Update: 06 October 2021 12:16 STI
Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], Oct 6 (ANI / NewsView): Great Place to Work® India co-founder Prasenjit Bhattacharya has accepted the role of CEO of the Great Manager Institute® with the aim of focusing on strengthening operations in India and its global expansion.
The Institute has so far worked with more than 1,300 companies and more than 25,000 managers. With a focus on converting behaviors into habits through a personalized digital coach for people managers, access to a community of certified mentors and exceptional people managers, the Great Manager Institute® offers a scalable solution for strengthen staff management capacities.
“The Great Manager Institute was established in 2017 to make the workforce development process scalable. Our cutting-edge technology platform provides relevant learning and drives lasting behavior change that impacts the business and will enable almost everyone to become a great people manager. As a co-founder and CEO, my vision is to make the Great Manager Institute® the gold standard for people managers globally, “said Bhattacharya .
Bhattacharya was instrumental in founding Great Place to Work® India, as a dedicated subsidiary of the global company in 2007 and continues to serve on its board of directors as owner-manager. With over two decades of experience in Indian and multinational companies such as HSBC, Grow Talent, Eicher Consultancy Services, Siemens and Crompton Greaves, he has advised numerous senior executives on corporate culture and employer branding strategies.
Bhattacharya previously served on the Global Advisory Board of the Great Manager Institute®. Board members include Guru Bhat, Vice President of Customer Success at Paypal, Dibyendra Nath “Bonny” Mukerjea, Managing Director of Digital Affairs at RP-Sanjiv Goenka Group, Nandita Gurjar, Former CHRO at Infosys, Kiran Khalap, co-founder of Chlorophyll (Brand Consultancy) and Bala Malladi, CEO of ACT, who is the chairman of the advisory board.
“With Prasenjit guiding the team, the Great Manager Institute® will focus on solving what consumers want. The role of people managers has never been more critical than it is today, in the context of a hybrid workforce. The Great Manager Institute®’s structured pathways will support workforce managers to get the best out of others, thereby realizing their own growth ambitions. Having been the voice of great workplaces, leadership de Prasenjit will help establish this need in the minds of all stakeholders, ”adds Bala Malladi.
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